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Summer Travel Series and Alumni Engagement

Summer Travel Series: Spain - Info Sessions

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Walking the Way: The Camino to Santiago de Compostela

Molly Metherd

May 11–23, 2024

Buen Camino!

For over one thousand years, pilgrims from around the world have been walking the Camino to Santiago de Compostela where the remains of the Apostle Saint James are buried. Consequently, the Camino has been a path for the transmission of ideas, language and culture.

On this trip, we will explore the historic, artistic, social, economic, and religious development of the medieval pilgrimage in the broader context of the history of Spain. We will meet in Madrid then travel to Segovia to see the Roman aqueduct and the castle of the Catholic Kings Ferdinand and Isabella. From there we will drive to León, our first city on the Camino. We will tour gothic cathedrals, a templar castle and an active, sixth century Benedictine monastery. These institutions are all part of a vast network to serve pilgrims along the Camino.

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Information Sessions

Join her for an informal, online information session or contact Molly by email for more information or follow this Zoom link to join the meeting.

Registration

$3,180 per person double occupancy, $3,690 single occupancy. Begin your registration

March 4, 2024: $1,000 non-refundable deposit for all trips due. In the event that the trip does not meet its minimum number of travelers, deposits will be refunded.

April 29, 2024: Final payment due

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Walking the Way: The Camino to Santiago de Compostela

Molly Metherd

May 11–23, 2024

Buen Camino!

For over one thousand years, pilgrims from around the world have been walking the Camino to Santiago de Compostela where the remains of the Apostle Saint James are buried. Consequently, the Camino has been a path for the transmission of ideas, language and culture.

On this trip, we will explore the historic, artistic, social, economic, and religious development of the medieval pilgrimage in the broader context of the history of Spain. We will meet in Madrid then travel to Segovia to see the Roman aqueduct and the castle of the Catholic Kings Ferdinand and Isabella. From there we will drive to León, our first city on the Camino. We will tour gothic cathedrals, a templar castle and an active, sixth century Benedictine monastery. These institutions are all part of a vast network to serve pilgrims along the Camino.

View full trip information

Information Sessions

Join her for an informal, online information session or contact Molly by email for more information or follow this Zoom link to join the meeting.

Registration

$3,180 per person double occupancy, $3,690 single occupancy. Begin your registration

March 4, 2024: $1,000 non-refundable deposit for all trips due. In the event that the trip does not meet its minimum number of travelers, deposits will be refunded.

April 29, 2024: Final payment due

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